In a world that has gone through some profound changes, where the rules have been rewritten, we are no longer confined by the traditional work ethic. The barriers between work and life have dissolved, opening up new possibilities and opportunities.
"Free To Be Me" challenges conventional thinking and invites you to explore the deeper reasons for your existence. It inspires you to embark on a journey of self-discovery and personal growth.
This book offers a paradigm shift, advocating for new rules grounded in natural growth principles that will empower you to embrace and enjoy your best life.
Get ready to embark on a transformative exploration, unlocking the true essence of your purpose and unleashing the boundless potential within.
"This book does not argue the work ethic should be replaced by what I call a life ethic. The shift is already happening - globally. I see the traditional work ethic as having for centuries publicly perceived enjoyment as opposite to work. In the workplace enjoyment has been seen to have no value – even detrimental – to financial success and economic development. The new ethic embraces enjoyment as an essential ingredient not only to financial success but to the very reasons why each of us is here today".
From the Foreword:
"This book is necessary work. It will make an immediate change to your life and will continue to make changes in the lives of others. It is a true legacy for many years to come"
- Gary Edwards, National President Professional Speakers Australia
"Love the essence of Peter's message, love the analogies within, love the storytelling, and love the overall flow. Just couldn't put this one down – read it cover-to-cover in one sitting, as it simply pulled me in and I didn’t want to leave the “mindset” and vibe created once I was deep into it all. Fantastic insights, wisdom and guidance for these challenging times." Dennis Pitocco (5- Star), Amazon US
"Peter, I have been overwhelmed by your unbelievable writing skills in this little gem and the enthusiastic reviews which appear in the first couple of pages are thoroughly deserved. It’s a wonderfully positive outlook on life and the fact that it is up to each one of us to make our individual lives as “energising, life-enhancing and valuable” as we possibly can. It’s worth its weight in gold. Well done !" D.Browne, Melbourne.